ACLU’s lawsuit alleging CIA’s use of torture, Tom Brady’s suspension, “Bystander Effect” in relation to Marques Gaines’ death, Uber settlement, Dennis Hastert sentencing
Rich Lenkov and Jason Whiteside welcome ACLU National Security Project Attorney, Dror Ladin to discuss the ACLU’s lawsuit alleging CIA use of torture.
Next they welcome Professor Michael LeRoy from University of Illinois School of Labor & Employment Relations and College of Law to examine the decision reinstating Tom Brady’s four-game suspension for his role in Deflategate.
Loyola University of Chicago Department of Psychology Professor Arthur Lurigio joins Rich and Jason to explain the “Bystander Effect” and how it applied in the death of Marques Gaines, who was assaulted then run over by a cab.
Finally, in this episode’s Legal Grab Bag, Rich and Jason review the sentencing of former House speaker Dennis Hastert, Cleveland’s $6M settlement in the Tamir Rice shooting, Uber’s $100M settlement, a ‘Vanderpump Rules’ lawsuit and Prince’s legal legacy.